Special Courses and Offerings

Summer Session Special Courses and Offerings

Learn about cultures through cinema, explore strength & yoga fusion, and discover your inner artist, with courses in screen printing or audio recording. Special Interest courses include a wide variety of subjects in Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences and more. Enjoy smaller classes, and the ability to enroll in courses that are normally in high demand.

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Life, the Universe, Everything: GEOL 103

Dates: June 21- July 29, 2022
Time: Online/Asynchronous
Faculty: Melissa Rice 

3 credits 

Is Earth one of many planets in an inhabited Universe, or is it the result of a low-probability accident? What does the answer to that question tell us about humans’ relationship to our planet? This course investigates the steps of planetary evolution and their significance to our current relationship to Earth. We will examine topics that range from the formation of the universe, galaxies, stars, our solar system, and Earth; the origin and function of Earth’s continents, oceans, and atmosphere; and how has Earth remained habitable through time.

American Mosaic: US Cultures: ANTH 104

Dates: June 21- July 29, 2022
Time: Online/Asynchronous
Faculty: Christopher Moreno  

4 credits

The study of the cultures of the United States from the perspectives of ethnicity, race, gender and class. Special emphasis on anthropological methods and approaches to enhance understanding of contemporary socio-cultural lifeways.

Beginning Kick Boxing: PE 152

Dates: June 21- July 29, 2022
Time: Face to Face
Faculty: Rob Eis

1 credit

A physical movement class designed to demonstrate punches, kicks, blocks and evasive maneuvers through a well-rounded workout. Improve strength, balance, and endurance while increasing mental awareness with focus on cardiovascular conditioning. Also offered as PA 152.

Movement and Culture: DNC 232

Dates: June 21- July 29, 2022
Time: Online/Asynchronous
Faculty: Pam Kuntz

3 credits

An investigation of movement and dance as a vehicle for understanding culture through movement labs, readings, films and discussions.